By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Al-Monitor reported on the arrests sent out for Iraqis charged with the crime of atheism. The charges come through the Dhi Qar province Garraf district judiciary. Atheism as a crime gained lots of social media attention. Some argue this is against the rights of the Iraqis. The … Continue reading
By Scott Douglas Jacobsen There was a recent conversation entitled “Is Christianity or Secular Humanism a better foundation for human rights?: A conversation Between a Christian and a Secular Humanist.” Steve Kim was the moderator of the conversation. Kim earned “a diploma in Worship Arts and a BA in Biblical Studies from Columbia … Continue reading
Tomorrow (30 Sept) is International Blasphemy Day.
Get your tickets now; the Early Bird ticket price is available until April 22, 2016: EARLY BIRD Conference ticket includes: All Day Conference, buffet lunch and dinner, free parking, information and vendor tables, interaction with speakers. The conference is at the American Spa, Resort & Waterpark. Stay where the conference … Continue reading
I posted this chart from Something Surprising on January 28, 2012. The post disappeared when the site was attacked, so I’m posting it again: You may find the chart useful if you decide to watch Lawrence Krauss, Stephen Meyer, and Denis Lamoureux discuss God, science and the universe: As Larry … Continue reading